Are you thinking about ending a relationship but not really sure if you should? When it comes to making a decision about ending your relationship, make sure that you don’t do it on a whim; we often get angry and make decisions that we end up regretting.
Some signals will be obvious while others will be a little more difficult to see. There should be no question in your mind about ending a verbal or physical abusing relationship though; that’s something you need to get away from. Some people are afraid to leave an abusive relationship or feel like the person may change, but there really is no excuse for anyone to be treated that way.
One of the most common reasons people end a relationship is when they simply grow apart. It can happen to the best of relationships; you just don’t like the same things anymore and/or the common bond that kept you together is no longer there. Certain people weren’t meant to be together and it’s nothing to get worked up over.
If your relationship comes to a halt and you’re the victim, it’s important to remember that there are plenty of other fish in the sea. It may not seem that way at first, but believe it or not, you’ll find someone else who’ll make you happy again. Ending a relationship is a new beginning and really just a prelude to the next one, so why not think of it as an exciting adventure that’s waiting for you. It’s hard starting over again, but the next relationship could be the one you’ve been waiting for.
If you’re trying to get over a relationship, try to keep yourself busy. It won’t make you forget about your loss but it will lessen the time that you sit thinking about. Keep busy by hanging out with friends and family, go shopping, or maybe go on a vacation. Why not learn something new by enrolling into that class you’ve always wanted to take. You should probably avoid going the movies or reading books, these activities tend to make your mind wander
Ending a relationship can be tough, especially when they end abruptly, and it’ll feel like you’ll never be able to get over them. But the truth is, you will; time has a funny way of making everything alright. Remember, “What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger”.
By: Ron Zvagelsky